Monday's tornado was designated an EF5 by the National Weather Service after the deadly path that ripped through Newcastle, Moore and Oklahoma City, ravaging homes, schools and businesses.
The storm is the second to be rated an EF5 since the Enhanced Fujita scale was adopted by the National Weather Service in 2007.
In all, there have been 13 tornadoes rated F5/EF5.
Following are F5/EF5 tornadoes recorded in Oklahoma (1905-Present). Shown are the date, time, rating, counties and general path of the tornado.
May 10, 1905
8:05 p.m., F5, Jackson, Kiowa counties; three miles south, southwest of Humphreys — Snyder — three miles northeast of Snyder.
April 14-15, 1939
11 p.m., F5, Dewey, Major, Woodward, Woods counties in Oklahoma and Barber County, Kan.; Near Vici, near Waynoka, near Hopeton, near Alva, Capron, just inside Kansas.
April 12, 1945
5:40 p.m., F5, Pushmataha County; Antlers.
April 9, 1947
7:52 p.m., F5, Hemphill and Lipscomb counties in Texas, Ellis, Woodward, Woods counties in Oklahoma; Near Canadian, Texas, Glazier, Texas, Higgins, Texas, four miles southeast of Shattuck, four miles northwest of Arnett, three miles southeast of Gage, two miles southeast of Fargo, Woodward, 10 miles west of Alva.
May 31, 1947
7:30 p.m., F5, Roger Mills, Dewey counties; western Roger Mills County, near Leedey.
May 25, 1955
9:26 p.m., F5, Noble and Kay counties, Sumner County in Kansas; eight miles west of Marland, east of Tonkawa, Blackwell, southeast of South Haven, Kan.
May 25, 1955
10 p.m., F5, Kay County in Oklahoma, Sumner and Cowley counties in Kansas; south of Ashton, Kan., Udall, Kan., Atlanta, Kan.
May 5, 1960
5 p.m., F5, Pottawatomie, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Creek counties; south of Shawnee, between Paden and Prague, Iron Post, Sapulpa, northeast of Sapulpa.
March 26, 1976
3:28 p.m., F5, Le Flore County; four miles east of Bokoshe, Spiro.
April 2, 1982
3:50 p.m., F5, Choctaw and McCurtain counties; south of Speer, near Messer, Hugo Lake, south edge of Broken Bow, four miles southeast of Eagleton.
May 3, 1999
5:26 p.m., F5, Grady, McClain, Cleveland, Oklahoma counties; two miles south, southwest of Amber, far north Newcastle, southwest Oklahoma City, north Moore, south Del City, west Midwest City.
May 24, 2011
3:50 p.m., EF5, (First EF5 in Oklahoma after scale change) Canadian, Kingfisher, Logan counties; four miles west, southwest of Hinton, near Calumet, near El Reno, near Piedmont, near Cashion, four miles northeast of Guthrie.
May 20, 2013
2:45 p.m., EF5, Newcastle, Oklahoma City, Moore; 4.4 miles west of Newcastle; 4.8 miles east of Moore.
SOURCE: National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office